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Street Season 48
Sesame Street's 48th season
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Discussion in 'On the Web' started by Super Scooter, Dec 1, 2006.
This has nothing do to with The Muppets, but I just found a hilarious parody of Mahna Mahna.
As mentioned in my threads "Wtd: W/O/C Muppet/Cartoon Recordings From Various Channels" & "Recording Request: Teletoon Retro Channel". I saw these videos on youtube, so if anyone has if anyone kind of recordings from the channel "Teletoon Retro", please let me know. Thanks!
I found a TV spot for Elmo in Grouchland. It's funny to see Bert's arms go wide since we can't really see that in the movie. It's also interesting how it calls Elmo, Oscar and Big Bird the stars:
Rosie O’Donnell (I think) appears as one of the letters in the Sesame segment.
I dunno if anyone here is into ASMR, but I wanted to share this (turn up your volume, it's intentionally very quiet):
'Whose Line is it Anyway?' sings 'The Rainbow Connection'. Enjoy!
I thought you posted that already.
Here? I know I posted the 'Whose Line' Sings 'Mahna Mahna' clip here, if that's what you're thinking of. If I did post this one in the past, my bad.
Sorry, now I am all confused.
This promo for the Cindy Crawford episode of Muppets Tonight notably features a clip from the Kermit the Frog Club sketch in color, rather than black-and-white.
I think this is the original theatrical trailer for The Muppets Take Manhattan, though it appears to be in fullframe instead of widescreen (would a theatrical trailer be in fullframe?), and it seems the person who uploaded it added in the Jim Henson Pictures logo (which didn't exist at the time and hasn't even been added to the film on post-1997 releases).
Wow, seems like the trailer spoils/has a run-down of the whole movie. And is it just me, or is that shot of Piggy in her dress near the end of the trailer NOT in the finished film?
Somebody posted this clip of the credits from the video Muppet Treasures, though it's admitted that the credits were typed by the user itself (at first I overlooked the fact that the credits were in a different color and font from other videos in the series, but thought it was interesting the credits played in black and white as opposed to over any action). But for those who have access to Muppet Treasures, is the music the same? Muppet Wiki doesn't mention an instrumental piano version of "There's No Business Like Show Business" playing over the credits, either on the video page or song page (it doesn't even mention any version of that song playing over the credits at all).
It occured to me that the official Muppet YouTube channel changed it name from 'The Muppets' to 'Muppets Studio'. Wasn't that the name they were first using? Could all be a long stretch, but maybe something is on the horizon.
I'm sure @MikaelaMuppet will like this. She has said she has trouble playing episodes of Below the Frame on Facebook, well someone has posted some of it to YT. Hopefully more will come soon, frankly I prefer watching the videos on YT rather than FB.
Thank you @antsamthompson9 for finding these.
This is for @D'Snowth, @Muppet Master, and @sesamemuppetfan as well as anyone else who doesn't have Blu-ray players.
The end credits sequence for Muppet Treasures is online.
Recently somebody made a fake end credits sequence that I linked to recently, but I am a little disappointed that one of the "attic videos" does not end with a regular version of the closing theme, instead being an instrumental version of "There's No Business Like Show Business". It's still a good rendition, though, and maybe it is better for the end credits to be more quiet when there's no mayhem happening during the credits (no Animal messing up the attic, no constant explosions, no characters tossing bombs to each other, no Kermit and Fozzie arguing over whether to throw out a bottle).
I also found an upload of the end credits for a Spanish version, which uses a different font, and yet even though it's apparently Spanish, the credits are in English. Also, the credits don't list performers or guest stars. Weird.
Yes it does (54min 19secs):
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